Trump Drops Plan To Host G-7 Summit At His Miami Resort

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 21, 2019

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to defend the comments in an interview Sunday with ABC's "This Week".

"I think it was the right decision to change", said Mulvaney, who said he had discussed the matter with Trump on Saturday evening.

The cease-fire was met with skepticism by top lawmakers, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat, and Sen.

A decision to withdraw US troops from Syria and effectively abandon the US' Kurdish allies has also drawn bipartisan condemnation, including from Republican congressmen such as Senator Lindsey Graham, usually a Trump ally.

"Absolutely, positively not", he told Fox News Sunday.

"The bottom line here is, you have got to play the ball where it lies".

Speaking on CNN's "New Day" Monday morning, Scaramucci likened Mulvaney's actions in that press conference to a "teenager in a horror movie that was scratching "help me" on the fogged shower door".

The president is already struggling to battle an impeachment inquiry, and widespread criticism of his decision to withdraw United States forces from Syria.

The outlet reports that Donald Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner was among several of the USA president's aides reaching out to new candidates to fill the position prior to Nancy Pelosi's announcement of the impeachment inquiry on 24 September, but these claims have not been supported by administration officials.

Sondland told the investigators he was disappointed that Trump directed diplomats to work with Giuliani on Ukraine matters.

She was later disparaged by Mr. Trump and Mr. Giuliani and became a target in a conspiracy theory packet delivered to Mr. Pompeo.

Democrats said that the materials will be made public and that the delays are the result of a probe that is daily being presented with new information - such as Mulvaney's news conference, which Democrats saw as tantamount to a confession.

Other White House officials denied that Mulvaney, a former SC representative who's among the longest serving officials in the Trump administration, is at risk of being pushed out.

Explaining why Trump had tried to lead an global summit to one of the most president's private properties earlier than giving up on the root, Mulvaney talked about Trump "soundless considers himself to be in the hospitality enterprise".

"The conversation was always around what were the strategic implications", he said about the delayed aid. "This is completely appropriate". Democrats have subpoenaed him for documents related to the Ukrainian aid.

Rep. James A. Himes, Connecticut Democrat, and Rep. We talked about this at some length. The DOJ has not said it was looking into the issue of the DNC's server, despite what Mulvaney said, and on Thursday, a senior DOJ official said that, "If the White House was withholding aid in regards to the cooperation of any investigation at the Department of Justice, that is news to us". On Sunday, he again denied having confirmed a quid pro quo, but conceded that he did not "speak clearly" on Thursday.

On Capitol Hill, Republicans have continued to push back on the inquiry as an illegitimate, secretive and unfair process.

Trump has faced unprecedented GOP opposition to his decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria, including blunt criticism from the usually loyal Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and a stampede of Republicans supporting a House resolution denouncing his Syrian policy.

"You want to trust democracy".

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